Major League Baseball Sports Betting Match Up Previews for Friday

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The Major League Baseball playoff action for Friday October 5th features four games on the schedule to the delight of MLB bettors worldwide.

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It all gets underway with Game 1 of the ALDS as the Houston Astros are home to the Cleveland Indians at 2PM Eastern Time on TBS. The current odds available for wagering at Oddsmaker, where the bonuses are the best in the business has the home side Houston Astros favored by -143 odds with the return on the underdog Cleveland Indians at +133 odds. Run total is lined at 6 ½ runs. Starting for Houston will be Justin Verlander to meet Indians righty Corey Kluber. A nice pitching matchup to start this series. Kluber was a 20 game winner with seven losses. He faced the Astros twice this year allowing two runs over 13 1/3rd innings. Verlander closed the season in good form allowing one run in four of his past five starts with the team winning each game.

At 4:15PM Eastern Time on FOX Sports 1 the Milwaukee Brewers play Game 2 of the NLDS against Colorado Rockies. Milwaukee is favored by -151 odds with the return on the Rockies at +141 odds. Run total came in at 8 runs. Starting for the Brewers will be Jhoulys Chacin to face Rockies lefty Tyler Anderson. Brewers are up 1-0 in this series with the 3-2 victory on Thursday. Tyler Anderson has struggled in the rotation for the Rockies. Team is 2-8 in his past ten starts. Brewers have hit him the past two seasons for 12 runs in 9 2/3rd innings.

It will be Game 1 of the ALDS with the Boston Red Sox at home to the New York Yankees at 7:32PM Eastern Time on TBS TV. Boston is favored by -174 odds with New York returning +159 odds. Run total is set at 8. Starting for the Red Sox will be Chris Sale to face Yankees lefty J.A. Happ. Sale has seen the Yankees a lot the past two seasons. A total of seven starts and team record of 3-4. Though in two starts against the Yankees this season Sale is 2-0 allowing a total of one run in 13 innings. J.A. Happ has pitched well since coming to the Yankees. He did get hit at Boston in his past start giving up 4 runs over six innings.

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